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Chapter 4 SelfCalibration
Setting Adjustment Target
Set the calibration targets for SelfCalibration.
Procedure
1.
Choose “SelfCalibration” from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
2. Choose “Settings” from “SelfCalibration”, and press
.
3. Choose “Target” from “Settings”, and press
.
4. Use
or
to select the mode to change, and press
.
The target setting menu appears.
5. Use
or
to select the items to change, and press
.
Settings
Adjustable Range
Setting
Brightness
30 cd/m
2
to 200 cd/m
2
Set the brightness of the monitor using
the brightness value (cd/m
2
).
White Point
White(x) / White(y)
0.2400 - 0.4500
*1
Set the monitor White Point using the
color coordinate or Temperature.
Temperature
4000K - 10000K
(100K Unit)
*2
Color Gamut
Color Gamut
Native
Do not adjust the color gamut.
User
Adjust the color gamut.
For each of Red/Green/
Blue
0.0000 - 1.0000
To calibrate the monitor color
reproduction gamut, set the color
coordinates for red, green, and blue.
Clipping
On/Off
This function allows you to display the
monitor with the colors based on the
speci±ed color gamut.
(
“To set clipping” (page 22)
)
Gamma
1.6 - 2.7
(0.1 Unit)
*3
Set the monitor gamma values.
*1
When the color coordinates are set, the temperature changes to “User”.
*2
When the temperature is set, the x and y coordinates of the white point are set automatically.
*3
These become “Fixed” when calibrating with ColorNavigator.
6. Use
or
for adjustment.
7. Press
to exit.
The calibration targets are set.
Attention
• Only set the color gamut calibration when the target color range is precisely known.
• ±f ColorNavigator was used to calibrate the grey balance, do not change the gamma setting values.
4-2. Executing SelfCalibration
Procedure
1.
Choose “SelfCalibration” from the Adjustment menu, and press
.
2. Choose “Execute” from “SelfCalibration”, and press
.
The built-in calibration sensor is activated, and SelfCalibration is executed.
Attention
• To execute SelfCalibration, it is necessary to set the calibration details. For more information, see
“4-1. Setting
Calibration Details” (page 39)
.
• After selecting “Execute”, aging may be executed before the built-in calibration sensor is executed.
Sample